UNC Clean Tech Speaker
Terrence W. Thomas, PhD. is a professor at North Carolina A&T State University and focuses on the following areas: consumer food shopping behavior and preferences, consumer eating habits and choices in food deserts, role of community-based organizations in community development, complexity collaboration and problem solving in communities and novel organization structures for supporting community development and entrepreneurship.
Ph D: Vocational Education, Louisiana State University, 1989
MS: Continuing and Vocational Education, University of Wisconsin – Madison, 1981
BS: Agriculture, University of West Indies, 1974
Thomas, Terrence Legesse, Befikadu Gunden, Cihat ( 2019). Accounting for the impact of Sustainable Agriculture: The Role of Community based organization and local governance structures in promoting Sustainable Agriculture . In Associate Prof. Jan Moudry and Dr. Jaroslav Bernas, “Multifunctionality and Impacts of Organic Agriculture” IntechOopen.
Legesse, Befikadu Jefferson Moore, Kenrett Thomas, Terrence ( 2017). Impacts of land tenure and property rights on reforestation intervention in Ethiopia. no ( 70, pp. 494-499). Land Use Policy.
Gunden, Cihat Thomas, Terrence ( 2017). Capitalizing on the Relationship among Food-related Values, Food-related Lifestyle and Food-related Behavior for Promoting Healthy Dietary Behavior among Food Desert Residents. . In Recep EFE, Murat ZENCIRKIRAN, Jan A. WENDT, Zeynal TUMSAVAS, Halil UNA.L Bilyana BORISOVA, yes ST. KLIMENT OHRIDSKI UNIVERSITY PRESS SOFIA.
Thomas, Terrence Gunden, Cihat Miran, Bulent ( 2016). Collaboration: investigating the convergence between theory and practice.. no ( 6, 7, ). Journal of Business and Economics (ISSN 2155-7950):Academic Star Publishing Company.
Thomas, Terrence Gunden, Cihat ( 2015). Understanding consumersâ€™ attitudes toward fruits and vegetable attributes: a multi-method approach. ( 3, 4, pp. 8). Journal of Nutritional Therapeutics :Life Science Global.
Gray, Benjamin Walker, Jane Thomas, Terrence ( 2014). Assessing the performance of a leadership development program through an innovative methodology called the LPI-CL.. ( 13, ). Journal of Extension Systems.